Still the Two

Still the Two

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Mr Howard thanks for joining us. It's a pleasure. Have you calmed down yet I'm getting used to it a bit now, yes. It must just have been the biggest buzz. Did you ever think you'd win an Oscar? No I didn't, although it was a dream role. Why was it such a perfect role for you? Well I think it was the magic of the guy; little guy; typical for his time, confused, slightly peculiar. How is he confused? He's supposed to be a leader and he doesn't do any leading. He has a kind of psychological crisis. He can't decide what to do. Who is he supposed to leading? Well at one stage he's got himself into the position where he's running an entire country. Oh dear. And he doesn't know what he's doing? No idea. So what does he do? Well you'll have to see the film.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 200 pages
  • 152.4 x 231.14 x 15.24mm | 408.23g
  • The Text Publishing Company
  • Melbourne, Australia
  • 1875847529
  • 9781875847525

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'The pieces capture the flavour of Australian politics as much as they do the characters who play them.' * Sydney Morning Herald * 'Laugh till you drop.' * Examiner *
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About John Clarke

John Clarke was born in New Zealand. He is one of Australia's best-known and most loved faces on TV. A comedian, writer and actor, his appearances include the famous Fred Dagg character, `The Gillies Report' and `The Games'. John's books include A Dagg at My Table, The Howard Miracle and The 7.56 Report. His novel, The Tournament, was released in the UK and US to great critical acclaim.
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4 ratings
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4 50% (2)
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